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    Traditional classification of high temperature ceramics

    1300 ℃: temperature glaze, ancient kiln, glaze color, glaze red and other colors, are high temperature glazes
    1200 ℃: the temperature glaze, ancient kilns commonly used techniques
    1000 ℃: temperature glaze, everyday dinnerware often low-temperature firing, low cost, easy to mass production
    950 ℃: glaze, commonly used in glaze blue and white inlaid with gold dedicated secondary sintering techniques
    900 ℃: embossed gold, at 1300 ℃ high temperature glaze to impose embossed gold millipede Goldwater techniques, the international standard content of 12% -18%, easily oxidized, look as new.
    Below 800 ℃: Weigh pigment, is non-porcelain ceramic table class, classes, non-glazed enamel, called pigment.
    500 ℃: glass gold firing temperature, and glassy materials mixed firing, the gold layer content of about 5% -9%, easily oxidized, do not wear.
    400 ℃ -600 ℃: DECORATED imitation enamel, contemporary often pigment coating, printing process commonly known as decorating glass coating, applied in a transparent white glaze, red, yellow, imitation porcelain and Phnom Penh various colors can be spurious.